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Algorithm for self-improving "telepathic" input system

Concurrently record the output of a brain scan A and standard input devices of keyboard and mouse B. Then neural network N evaluates A, forecasting B. After training with good data populating A and B, the intricacy of the commands and the statistical accuracy will enable a brain-only interface with a breadth of controllability and interactivity speed that will far exceed our current tools.

Initial systems will most likely track eye movement and visceral biofeedback that can be measured using electrodes and buttons.

6/15/2001 – I have received feedback that the brain thinks in words and concepts, rather than the translation to spelled and typed words, and would therefor render this invention useless. However, the input system described above would actually benefit from this characteristic. Inputs should include a rolling period of time and to allow for words or concepts to be interpreted in N over a series of typed inputs.

Learning Biofeedback Input System

By recording and analysing biofeedback and keyboard inputs, an analysis of the concurrent data could identify correlations to yield a biofeedback powered input system. The system would “learn” to replace the keyboard over time with better and better accuracy, faster input speed, and extended breadth of input types. Biofeedback devices could initially include medical biofeedback devices